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NAME

       rapid - content download tool for spring

SYNOPSIS

       rapid [options] <action> [<argument>]

       rapid-spring [options] <action> [<argument>]

DESCRIPTION

       Rapid manages downloads of content for the spring RTS engine.

OPTIONS

       action in the command line is one of:

              upgrade: Install the latest package for all pinned tags.

              clean-upgrade:    Equivalent    to    'upgrade'    followed   by
              'uninstall-unpinned'.

              pin: Pins a tag and installs the latest package for that tag.

              unpin: Unpins a tag. Does not uninstall any packages.

              install: Install a package. Does not pin any tags.

              uninstall: Uninstall a package. Unpin its tag if any.

              list-tags: List all tags that contain <argument>.

              list-pinned-tags: Idem, but only pinned tags.

              list-packages: List all packages whose name contains <argument>.

              list-installed-packages: Idem, but only installed packages.

              uninstall-unpinned:  Keep  only  the   pinned   tags   and   all
              dependencies.

              collect-pool:  Remove  pool  files  not  needed by any installed
              package.

              make-sdd: Extract pool files into a .sdd archive.

       these are the possible options:

              -h, --help show this help message and exit

              --datadir=DATADIR   Override   the   default   data   directory.
              (~/.spring on Linux or the one reported by unitsync on Windows)

              --unitsync  Use  unitsync  to  locate  the data directory Spring
              uses.

              --no-unitsync Do not use unitsync.

EXAMPLES

       rapid pin xta:latest   # installs latest XTA

       rapid pin s44:latest   # installs latest Spring: 1944

       rapid upgrade          # upgrade all pinned tags

SEE ALSO

       rapid-gui(6), spring(6)

AUTHOR

       Tobi Vollebregt <tobivollebregt@gmail.com>

       This manual page was written by Jan Dittberner <jandd@debian.org>,  for
       the Debian project (but may be used by others).